mark of pain

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  • #84794


    Chozene
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    Ang Pag ibig(ayon sa akin)
    Masarap umibig, matamis ang umiibig at masaya ang umiibig.
    Ang pag ibig ay nagbibigay, kaligayan, kalakasan at kapayapaan.
    Nagagamot ang nasasaktan, nagkakaroon ng buhay,at nag bibigay positibo sa laman.
    Ang umiibig ay nag tatagumpay at walang panahong masaktan dahil ang gawainniya’yumibig lamang.

    Life is made to enjoy!!! Pain islike my two hummingbirds!!!

    Marhay na adlaw sa saindong gabos!!!

  • #84782


    Josee
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    May mga bagay na sadyang itinadhana, may mga bagay na talagang laan sayo gustuhin mo man o hindi darating ito.
    Minsan akala natin kaya na nating manatili sa isang bagay lalo na kapag kasiyahan ang umiral pakiramdam natin maligaya na tayo pero hindi pala… dahil kung saan mo pinili maging masaya… dun ka mas masasaktan.
    Matatago ang sakit, mapapaniwala ang iba, pero hindi matatago sa sarili na yong taong nagpapahirap at nananakit sayo ay yon pang mahal na mahal mo.Masakit pala talaga magmahal… lalo na kapag tapos na, tapos na ang tawanan, tapos ka nang paiyakin, tapos na lahat…. pero ang mas masakit dun tapos na nga ang lahat, hindi ka pa rin tapos magmahal!”Alam mo ba hinihintay parin kita?”, “hindi pa ako nghahanap ng iba?”, “ikaw lang lagi ang iniisip ko?”, ” hanggang ngayon mahal na mahal parin kita!”Minsan may mga salita na kahit hindi bigkasin ng bibig nararamdaman ng puso kaya kahit hindi moman masabi na importante sya, naramdaman ng puso- para sayo mahalaga sya kasi mahal mo sya!
    Kung madali nga lang sana ang magpaalam…kong madali lang bigkasin ang “hindi na kita mahal!” O “I need space!” O “I need some rest!” paano ba? Lalo na kung ayaw mong makasakit… pwede bang isang mahigpit na yakap na lang at “sorry!”. Masakit, mahirap tanggapin hindi mo alam kung biro, hindi mo alam kung totoo!
    Sabi nila… mahirap daw magmahal puro sakripisyo, puro pagpapakasakit, pero depende siguro.. depende sa mahal mo… kung yung mahal mo katulad ng nagbabasa nito kahit ano kakayanin mo… Hindi madali ang buhay …alam ko…there are pains… pero if ever madapa at masaktan ka ulit, nanadito lang ako…get some strength from me.. mahina rin ako pero kakayanin ko para sayo!

    sa malayo may nag echo (utikon..kon….kon…konnnn)

  • #84742


    superman
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    Hurt Feelings Truly Hurt

    Snub or Sting, Brain Feels the Same Pain
    By Daniel DeNoonWebMD Medical News Reviewed By Brunilda Nazario, MDon Friday, October 10, 2003 Oct. 10, 2003 — The pain of hurt feelings is as real as the pain of physical injury, new brain studies show. The findings appear in the Oct. 10 issue of the journal Science. UCLA researcher Matthew D. Lieberman, PhD, used real-time brain scans to map brain activity in people feeling social distress. The findings: The areas of the brain that light up when a person feels physical pain also light up when a person’s feelings are hurt. “We use physical metaphors to describe social pain like ‘a broken heart’ or ‘hurt feelings,'” Lieberman says in a news release. “Now we see that there is a good reason for this.”
    The Pain of Monkey-in-the-Middle
    Remarkably, the experiment by Lieberman and co-workers Naomi I. Eisenberger and Kipling D. Williams, PhD, didn’t hurt the 13 student volunteers very much. Encased in an MRI brain-scanning machine, the students played a simple video game. They were one of three players tossing a virtual ball to one another. At first, the students had to watch as the other two players tossed the ball. Then their controls became active, and they played for awhile. But soon the two other players — computerized stooges, really — played only with each other. As the students realized they were being left out, it hurt. This made the area associated with pain light up. The more activity in a student’s pain area, the more painful the student rated the experience. “We can say being excluded doesn’t matter, but rejection of any form still appears to register automatically in the brain,” Lieberman says.
    The Healing Power of Language
    But the pain area wasn’t the only part of the brain to become active. Being left out also activated an area associated with language and the regulation of emotion. Students with more activity in this area reported less pain. “Verbalizing distress may partly shut down the areas of the brain that register distress,” Lieberman says. “The regulating abilities of the prefrontal cortex may be why therapy and expressing painful feelings in poems and diaries is therapeutic.” Humans Are Social Animals Why did the human brain evolve to feel emotional pain? In this we aren’t alone. Social loss triggers distress signals in the brains of other animals whose survival depends on social bonds, notes an accompanying editorial by Jaak Panksepp, PhD. Panksepp is a researcher at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, and Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. “Psychological pain in humans, especially grief and intense loneliness, may share some of the same neural pathways that elaborate physical pain,” Panksepp writes. The reason appears to be survival. Emotional pain hurts. We move closer to others to relieve the pain. Over millions of years, we’ve evolved this to a fine art. “These findings show how deeply rooted our need is for social connection,” Eisenberger says in a news release. “There’s something about exclusion from others that is perceived as being as harmful to our survival as something that can physically hurt us, and our body automatically knows this.”
    Love Conquers Pain
    If all this is true — and more study is needed — it stands to reason that love might be an antidote. “Throughout history, poets have written about the pain of a broken heart. It seems that such poetic insights into the human condition are now supported by neurophysiological findings,” Panksepp notes. “Will the opposite also prove to be the case — that socially supportive and loving feelings reduce the sting of pain? A reasonable working hypothesis is that social feelings such as love are constructed from brain neural circuits that alleviate the feelings of social isolation.”

  • #84735


    Josee
    Participant

    Ampalaya. Mapait na gulay
    Kasimpait ng mga salaysayng nagdaang pag-ibig
    Sana’y hindi ganito kapaitSana’y maaaring ibabadSa asin, Banlawan sa tubig,Pigain hanggang sa mawala ang pait Tulad ng paghahanda ng ampalaya.
    Kung sana ang Pag-ibig ay laging sing-init ng tag-arawNg istoryang singtamis ng leche flan at arnibal
    Oy…di ba alam n’yo yung arnibal? Yung nilalagay sa taho, sa leche flan, yung matamis, yung hindi maintndihan kung pula o brown ang kulay. Painitan n’yo pa yon, tingnan ko lang kong masarapan pa kayo. Mapait yon.
    Ang arnibal,gawa sa nilutong asukal. Kung tama ang pagkakaluto, matamis, pero pag sumobra, pumapait. At para sa normal na tao, hindi na ‘to dapat pang kainin.
    Sabi nga ni TASUR, Sa una daw, matamis, masarap ang pag-ibig. Nakaka-adik. Parang gusto mo parati meron nito. At sa paglipas ng panahon, nag-iiba ang anyo. Minsan may init na nakakatunaw. Minsan dahil sa Nagiibang kagustuhan, -Nag-iiba. Minsan ang puting asukal pag nahaluan ng init, nagiging pula o brown na hindi maintindihan ang kulay. Ganyan…ganyan daw ang pagibig (yan ay ayon pa rin kayTasur)
    …..At pag sumobra ang init, nasusunog.
    Minsan sumusubra ang sunog, hanggang maging mapait, o sobrang pait. Hanggang mas gugustuhin mo nalang na ayawan. Sunog. Mapait, pangit ng kulay…. parang ano…….
    Parang Ampalaya sa pagitan ng Arnibal at leche flan…

  • #84711


    kissntears
    Participant

    Fading, what we feel about pain, eaten by the rolling times
    Whether long or short time will it take to be faded away
    One can say that pain never leave, one can say that pain is curable
    But one thing surely happens is pain leaves its mark
    even when the touch of its torchery has gone
    Like hammering that wooden body of our feeling and flesh
    that mean mark of the nail will never recover
    Now life will easier to walk through if you see that sickening mark is left behind
    but never dare to forget its warning, when you’re about to face the same swinging hit again
    Never again you feel your pain stay forever
    ‘Cause only its mark remains silent, but not its real flames

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